Yellow-trumpet-bush, native to the tropical and subtropical regions of mexico to argentina, the yellow trumpetbush has been cultivated across the southern united states. it can be found in arizona, california, new mexico, texas and florida. in more northern locations it can be grown as an annual or in containers that can be brought inside during the winter months.. Yellow trumpetbush grows on rocky hillsides and is typically found in the lower mountain foothills. this plant is frost sensitive, so it prefers warm locations like sunny, south-facing hillsides where the cold winter air drains away at night., yellow trumpetbush is an attractive plant that is cultivated as an ornamental. it has sharply toothed, pinnate green leaves and bears large, showy, bright golden yellow trumpet-shaped flowers. it is drought-tolerant and grows well in warm climates. the flowers attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds..
Allamanda yellow trumpet bush – this brazilian native is more commonly known as bush allamanda. reaching six feet in height, it bears masses of aromatic large yellow trumpet-like blooms for much of the year. still rare here in the u.s. this fast growing plant easier to manage and maintains its form much easier than other varieties of allamanda., bright yellow trumpet-shaped flowers provide quite a show. often referred to as cat claw because of its ability to climb with claw-like, forked tendrils. this stunner is ideal for covering any sunny wall or fence - even trees! bloom abundance increases with age..
Yellow angel trumpet. brugmansia. amazing tropical beauty! angel's trumpets are one of mother nature's most breathtaking plants. you can almost watch them grow as they rapidly form three-foot tall bushes. then the real show begins. each plant can have dozens, even hundreds, of blossoms at once. best of all, they continue bloo..., the most floriferous esperanza that we grow! gold star esperanza produces an endless display of large clusters of large golden yellow, lightly fragrant trumpets from late spring to frost. this greg grant selection is the standard by which all other esperanza's are judged..
Also known as tecoma stans 'yellow bells', or narrow-leaf trumpet bush, there are two larger specimens of tecoma hybrids - one called 'orange jubilee' and another called 'sunrise', which have orange and yellow flowers respectively.